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Ear and throat infections are very common these days. They occur among people of all ages across the planet. Infections may grow worse if left unattended. Looking for a proficient ENT doctor in Dubai that could help you get rid of this irritating problem? American Hospital Dubai’s Ear, Nose, and Throat Center is considered to be one of the best in the region. Our experienced and caring team of some of the best ENT doctors in the country perform diagnoses, administer treatments and perform surgical operations here on a daily basis. meet our best ENT doctors in Dubai
Also known as otorhinolaryngology, the sub-specialty of ENT focuses on the treatment and care of diseases of the ear, nose, throat, and the base of the skull, as well as surgical procedures for cancers and benign tumors of the head and neck. the department offers comprehensive services in Rhinolplaty, Speech-Language Therapy, and Thyroid Treatment.
American Hospital Dubai’s team of ENT specialists in Dubai includes some of the best audiologists in Dubai. Their primary focus is the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and balance disorders, and they also treat patients suffering from disorders in the auditory and vestibular system portion of the ear.
Audiologists make use of several testing strategies – such as hearing tests, otoacoustic emission measurements, videonystagmography and electrophysiologic tests – to assess a patient’s hearing, determine the seriousness of any damage, find out which portion of their hearing is impacted by the disorder, and the exact location of any lesion that may be causing their hearing loss. If a patient is diagnosed with hearing loss or any form of vestibular abnormalities, such as vertigo, the audiologist will recommend a treatment plan to assist with the healing. Our team of ENT specialists in Dubai treats patients of all ages and our audiologists assist in the rehabilitation of disorders such as tinnitus, auditory processing, cochlear implants, and hearing aid implementation.